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  1. moparbrown

    flowers for Don's funeral

    Updated version guys, let me know if there’s anything that looks off Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Parking brake light stuck on

    Haven’t messed with it yet, I was going to unplug it quick the other day but it’s pretty greasy to get to it so decided to wait, plus it’s really cold in the garage! I will update when I get a chance. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    should I bring back the 3x5 CC stickers?

    I completely understand Eagle. I think the truck is great and don't mind the font, the tires just seem to be lacking from my view. I did a couple rough concepts. (really rough without .ai files) Just some ideas. Criticize away! Also, If nobody can find .ai files I would be willing to try to recreate the logo so the club has vector files.
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    should I bring back the 3x5 CC stickers?

    EasyFind is great search engine for your computer to find files. I’d like to see a version with some more realistic/beefy tires. I do graphic design so I’d be happy to mock up a couple versions if anyone else is interested? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Does anyone know why my parking brake light would be stuck on? The brake didn’t work when I bought the truck so I never use it and one day it just lit up and has never went off. Sprayed some electronics cleaner and wd40 all over the pedal below the dash but nothing changed Then I’ll have to search for a writeup to actually fix the brake, another day another project.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Moparbrowns Manche

    I will add them in the tech forum- thanks! Not sure, but there wasn’t a wire on the corresponding opposite side so I decided it was a problem for another day?[emoji1745]‍[emoji3603] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Update: Seems as though it was my “headlights”. The switch that controls them was burnt up and melted inside and my headlights eventually stopped working. DIY writeup here- https://comancheclub.com/topic/57308-headlights-not-working-solution/ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Headlights not working solution

    I will have to look up the relay mod and get it done [emoji106] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Moparbrowns Manche

    Did some more work this weekend. Refreshed some grounds from Cruiser’s tips and fixed my headlights. DIY write up here - https://comancheclub.com/topic/57308-headlights-not-working-solution/ Still trying to chase down a steady oil leak and figure out if this red wire is for my running lights/amber? Its the harness behind the drivers headlight by the air box. Problems for another day.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I’ve had intermittent issues with my headlights since I bought my 1991 Comanche 4.0 manual 2x4 and finally found the problem, the headlight switch was burnt up and bad. Got a new part from advance auto for $20, Part number S940 and everything’s working again. see below for removal and install instructions. https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/bwd-headlight-switch-s940/5971047-P?searchTerm=Headlight+switch Symptoms: Headlights Intermittent working, flickering when hitting a bump, high beams and turn signals still work but no headlights. Difficulty finding the sweet spot to activate lights when pulling out the headlight knob. Smoke coming from windshield dash vent on driver side (could be a rare symptom as mine was melted/burnt). 1.Step one is eliminating any other reasons for headlights not working because the switch isn’t the easiest to get to. I checked fuses and did tips 1 & 3 from Cruiser’s mostly Renix tips found here http://cruiser54.com. This still didn’t help so I tore into the dash. First you should remove your negative cable from your battery so you don’t short or shock anything. Next, remove the screws holding the shroud around your instrument cluster. Grab the cover from the bottom and pull out- it should unclip. Next, remove the cluster for fog light switch. 1 screw and 3 wire connections to disconnect on my truck. Then unscrew your instrument cluster- I didn’t unhook any connections, just moved it to the side. Next is removing the pull knob for the headlights. I removed the bottom panel (that includes the ashtray) for easier access but it may not be necessary. There is a hole directly below the knob under the dash that you can stick your finger up into and push up on a small pin that will release the headlight knob allowing you to pull it all the way out. Then you can unscrew the metal piece with a flat screwdriver that locks the switch into the dash. Your switch assembly is now free and ready to disconnect the wires. 1 main connection on the side and a small wire on the back. This was not easy to get to, so I used a flat screwdriver to help pry it off. Plug in your new switch and test if your lights work. My cluster of wires was looped around another set and after untangling them it was much easier to plug back in. old and new Fixed! Time for (more) beer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Hey Jess, what did you end up going with and how did it work out? I bought a car quest from advance that’s only 5 months old and already leaking again/about to go bad. The one before that looked to be the same from the PO and not very old that went out on me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I have Falken wildpeak At on mine. Only had them about a year with no bad weather experience but I like them. Guy I work with has them on his yota and likes them as well. Look pretty good for the price too. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Moparbrowns Manche

    Haven’t posted in awhile - I ran over my phone with alot of my pictures, with a lawnmower. But here’s a list of fixes and updates. Redid headliner New clutch master cylinder New radiator New blower motor & resistor New fuel pump & flatbed ride New water pump New thermostat New serpentine belt New power steering pump pulley New rear bumper Bench seat from 87warrior that I need to install Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Jeep build sheet lookup

    My 91 worked Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I had a similar thing happen in my 91. I first noticed it once daylight savings hit and thought it was my headlights smoking. I tore my dash half apart and drove around like that for a couple weeks to try to find the source but never did. I haven’t noticed it smoking for awhile so I’m not sure if it was the headlights or heater but I keep a fire extinguisher in the truck now. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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